research fellow with the acton institute. gentlemen, welcome to the show. rusty, let me -- real quick, i read it over the radio. i talked to the father for over an hour. in the gospel of matthew, we find jesus warning us how our lives will be judged. his words are pointed. we are to feed the hungry, welcome the stranger, clothe the naked, visit the prisoner, for what we do to the poor and the destitute, quote, the least of these, my brethren, says jesus. we do that to the lord himself. rusty, i agree with that. i agree with that heart and soul, the war against poverty. i agree with that. but i cannot agree with reagan and thatcher and pope john paul ii and what they did against godless communism and the evils of the state, that is not going to be the way out. that is what puzzled me about what pope francis said. that is what troubled me about it. what's your take?